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Roberto Burle Marx Site

Roberto Burle Marx Site: Our most recommended tours and activities

Rio de Janerio: Barra da Tijuca & Grumari Private Day Trip

1. Rio de Janerio: Barra da Tijuca & Grumari Private Day Trip

Very often those who visit Rio imagine that the beaches of the city are only those of Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. Actually the coast is more than 50 km long and there are beaches in a southerly direction that will surprise you! This tour will offer you a day to discover some of the most beautiful beaches of the Cariocan coast but not only: it will be possible to visit the marvelous Sitio Burle Marx that is being included by UNESCO in the world heritage and also to know one of the best production companies craft of cachaça, where surely you will not want to give up tasting some of the delicious productions of the house.

Rio: Sitio Burle Marx and Cachaça Distillery Private Tour

2. Rio: Sitio Burle Marx and Cachaça Distillery Private Tour

Start your day with a visit to the Sitio Burle Marx, the former residence of the well-known landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. Located in Barra de Guaratiba, the site has one of the most important collections of tropical and semi-tropical plants in the world. The on-site museum also displays art and handicrafts acquired or made by Burle Marx throughout his life.  Then, make a stop at the Max Cana Cachaça distillery to learn how the famous Brazilian drink is made. Visit the warehouse and see the machinery. Enjoy a stop here to buy lunch at the distillery restaurant, or head to another local restaurant recommended by the tour guide. If you choose the wild beaches option, you will then head to the beautiful beaches of Grumari or Prainha, where you'll have free time to swim and relax in the sun. You also have the chance to practice stand-up paddling at Restinga da Marambaia.  Alternatively, if you choose the museums option, the next stop after lunch will be House of Pontal Museum. Considered the largest and most significant museum of popular art in the country, its collection is composed of approximately 8,500 pieces by 300 Brazilian artists. The final stop would be at the Brazilian Confederation Museum. Trophies, photos, images and cutting-edge technology will make this visit an interactive, memorable experience.

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